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## starting with recent presentations and building up the set of applets

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An annual 3-day working meeting for teachers, advisors and academics in
July.

Registrations for IMP14 in 2015 will open in November. There are only 21
places.

Flash
applets which make use of learners’ natural powers to
encounter
and appreciate mathematical structure through generalising for
themselves.

A
series of explorations
in algebra with commentaries which draw upon mathematical powers,
themes
and pedagogical choices to illustrate the fact that any task can be
seen as merely one example for a rich domain of similar tasks, and
putting forward the view that a task which does not permit and
encourage learners to use their own powers, to encounter core
mathematical themes, is not a pedagogically effective task.

A collection of mathematical problems together with
notes on explorations they have triggered.

## 4.
Generalisation
in Mathematical Texts

A
study
of how, historically,
authors have indicated their awareness of generality, whether
explicitly, through the variety of worked examples, or through
structure in the exercises. Of particular interest is the use
of word-problems
or story-problems
in books on the border between arithmetic and algebra over the
centuries.

A
multi-faceted project to collect and organise constructs, frameworks
and strategies which are useful when teaching.
Copies
of early plans and justifications for the CPD
'frameworks' aspect of
the NCETM portal and the MathemaPedia.
Slides from presentations,
plenaries and workshops in
reverese date order, with miscellaneous resources associated with the
events
Applets and movies designed to
stimulate mathematical thinking
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